I think of this as pre-roman celtic law, could actually be brehon law I 'm not sure, but back then, when you were born you were given a name that was your childhood name, whilst you had it you couldnt act as an adult in any capacity or be treated as one, this was not linked to age, but to the point in time you wished to take on the responsibilities of an adult, you then gave yourself the name you would henceforth be known as for the rest of your adult life and became personally responsible for it..
Given that the PTB subvert everything ancient to serve themselves, could this process be the origins of the birth certifcate process? the state tricking your parents in order to permanently block your true ascension to adulthood under the eyes of god and making you a lifelong ward of the state? a child?.
So in court thats why you have to ask 'daddy' for a remedy?
That would be a wipe out of the roman pregrinus status of being, what would an earlier equivlent of that be? A druid maybe? surely thats ecclesiastical status right there, and druids did over-lap the roman empire....
That is right Deeproot, the Romans did hate the Pagans for that very reason, people who remain connected to the Earth are a huge threat, this is why the PTB have franticly worked at disconnecting the people from the land and put every barrier in the way of people and families to put down 'roots'. This was also the basis for the 'witch hunts'. They frown on free though and critical thinking and that is why it is important to keep the mind open and functional.
Not a Druid. They are an organised religon with a priest culture who act as intermederies between men and God and so can interceed or hold you to dogma. My personal choice is Pagan (one who lives with the Earth). There is no priest culture and no dogma each pagan has their own individual interpretation of the sacred and a personal "hot line" to the Gods and therefore can live in their own land and retain the absoloute rights of any child of God to relate on their own terms within other juristrictions. ps. the Romans hated the Pagans probably because they could not control them.